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" The hardwood country lies south of latitude 43°, and consists of very fertile sand, clay, or loam, mostly cleared of the original forest, and largely cultivated. "The sandy or stony drift of many river valleys in this section supports a heavy growth... "
Michigan bird life: a list of all the bird species known to occur in the ... - Page 2
by Walter Bradford Barrows, Michigan State University. Dept. of Zoology - 1912 - 822 pages
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Catalogue of the Phænogamous and Vascular Cryptogamous Plants of Michigan ...

Charles Fay Wheeler, Erwin Frink Smith - Botany - 1881 - 105 pages
...uppermost. With reference to its flora, the Peninsula may be roughly divided into two great divisions—the hard-wood and the soft-wood lands; one representing...cleared of the original forest, and largely cultivated. The sandy or stony drift of many river valleys in this section supports a heavy growth of oak, frequently...
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Nature, Volume 25

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1882
...great divisions — the hard wood and the soft wood-lands — one representing the Appalachian flora, the other the Canadian. The hard-wood country lies...cleared of the original forest and largely cultivated. The upper Peninsula has a much colder climate than that of the lower Peninsula, and its flora is in...
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Nature, Volume 25

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1882
...great divisions — the hard wood and the soft wood-lands — one representing the Appalachian flora, the other the Canadian. The hard-wood country lies...or loam, mostly cleared of the original forest and largeh cultivated. The upper Peninsula has a much colder climate than that of the lower Peninsula,...
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Nature, Volume 25

Sir Norman Lockyer - Electronic journals - 1882
...great divisions — the hard wood and the soft wood-lands — one representing the Appalachian flora, the other the Canadian. The hard-wood country lies south of latitude 43°, and consists of veiy fertile sand, clay, or loam, mostly cleared of the original forest and largely cultivated. The...
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Michigan Flora: Prepared for the Thirtieth Annual Report of the Secretary of ...

William James Beal, Charles Fay Wheeler - 1892 - 180 pages
...which of these happens to lie uppermost. With reference to its flora, the peninsula may be roughly divided into two great divisions — the hardwood...cleared of the original forest, and largely cultivated. " The sandy or stony drift of many river valleys in this section supports a heavy growth of oak, frequently...
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Michigan Flora: A List of the Fern and Seed Plants Growing Without Cultivation

William James Beal - Botany - 1904 - 147 pages
...depends chiefly on which of these happens to lie uppermost. With reference to its flora, the pen insula may roughly be divided into two great divisions —...clay, or loam, mostly cleared of the original forest, arid largely cultivated. "The sandy or stony drift of many river valleys in this section supports a...
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Michigan Flora: A List of the Fern and Seed Plants Growing Without Cultivation

William James Beal - Botany - 1904 - 147 pages
...change is due to soil rather than to difference in elevation, temperature, or atmospheric moisture. sula may roughly be divided into two great divisions —...'"The hardwood country lies south of latitude 43°, arid consists of very fertile sand, clay, or loam, mostly cleared of the original forest, and largely...
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Annual Report of the Michigan Academy of Science, Volume 5

Michigan Academy of Science. Council - Science - 1904
...change is due to soil rather than to difference in elevation, temperature, or atmospheric moisture. sula may roughly be divided into two great divisions —...representing the Appalachian flora, and the other r the Canadian. "The hardwood country lies south of latitude 43°, and consists of very fertile sand,...
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Report, Volume 5

Michigan Academy of Science, Arts, and Letters - Science - 1904
...depends chiefly on which of these happens to lie uppermost. With reference to its flora, the peniiisula may roughly be divided into two great divisions —...cleared of the original forest, and largely cultivated. "The sandy or stony drift of many river valleys in this section supports a heavy growth of oak, frequently...
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